Goldsboro Raleigh District Assembly

Tuesday Night, October 1, 2019

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Tuesday, October 1
6:00pm – Doors Open at Raleigh Goldsboro District Assembly, 211 W Hooks River Rd.
7:00pm – Evening Revival begins

Hear from Bishop Hope Morgan Ward, Rev. T. Anthony Spearman, spoken word artist Micah Bournes, witnesses to the damage caused by a distorted moral narrative & revivalist Rev. Traci Blackmon.

Wednesday, October 2nd
Workshops – 9:00am-4:00pm

Workshops take place at Greenleaf Christian Church, 2110 N. William St. (GCC) and Rebuilding Broken Places, 2103 N. William St. (RBP)

9:00am – Workshop Session 1

What is Happening at the Border? Terror, Hope and the Body of Christ (GCC) Transforming the Narrative in Public Life (RBP)
It’s time we flip the script. It’s time we transform the narrative. For too long religion has been a wedge issue used as a tool to divide our communities along partisan lines. This conversation between Rev. Doug Pagitt and Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding reimagines a political landscape where faith is neither held hostage nor at bay, but brought to the forefront of our political expression as we pursue the common good.

10:45am – Workshop Session 2

Reviving the Heart of Democracy: Intro to Moral Fusion Organizing (GCC)
Join Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove for an intro to the moral fusion organizing strategy behind “Moral Mondays” in North Carolina and the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival.

Race and Politics in the U.S.
Join Freedom Road’s Lisa Sharon Harper to consider how race and bias impact public policy and how faith can flip the script.

12:00 – Lunch, $9 per person, served on-site. Vegetarian options available.

1:15pm – Workshop Session 3

Red Letter Revolution (GCC)
Join Shane Claiborne and Tony Campolo to talk about what’s gone wrong with American evangelicalism and why we need a red letter revolution.

Red State Christians & Faith-Rooted Organizing
Journalist and pastor Angela Denker traveled to “red states” after the election of Donald Trump to understand how Christian nationalism shapes voters and what else is happening in these spaces. Hear what she learned, then join Peter Heltzel of the Micah Institute and Terrence McKinley of Sojourners to talk about faith-rooted organizing in these contexts.

3:00pm – Closing Joint Session

“Lord, Send a Revival” All-Call
Gather ’round as preachers and artists from across America unite their voices to call for moral revival. In an all-call, pass the mic session, hear from William Barber, Shane Claiborne, Lisa Sharon Harper, Tony Campolo, Genesis B, Jonathan Martin, John Pavlovitz, Peter Heltzel, Terrence McKinley, Angela Denker, Chaz Howard, Alexia Salvatierra, Anthony Smith, Amy Cantrell and more!

Wednesday Evening, October 2nd

6:00pm – Doors Open at Raleigh Goldsboro District Assembly

7:00pm – Red Letter Revival Begins

Hear from Tony Campolo, Alexia Salvatierra Bishop Tonia Rawls, witnesses to the damage caused by a distorted moral narrative & revivalist Bishop William J. Barber, II.